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Location : New York - Long Island
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Litigation Paralegal The candidate will work on a wide variety of matters, such as securities, derivatives, mergers and acquisitions, sovereign debt, investment treaties, antitrust, bankruptcy, white-collar crime, employment, executive compensation, intellectual property and general commercial disputes, giving them exposure to various federal, state, governmental and international agencies. Will maintain case documents. Assist attorneys with preparation of pleadings, filings and document productions. Proof-read and cite-check legal documents. Prepare for and attend depositions, hearings and trials. Perform LEXIS, Westlaw, internet and field research. Translate foreign language documents. Interact with clients, local counsel and the Washington, D.C. and international offices. Clients range from large international corporations to indigent pro bono individuals. Should have a Bachelor s degree with strong academic background. Should have fluency in Spanish, French, Portuguese, German or Italian language skills.
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